Consumers & Owners
Once you found what you what you are looking for, the next step is to make an offer.
Whether you're new to the thought of buying, or know exactly which house on which street you want, you'll be able to search and discover hundreds of thousands of properties.
Create an account to unlock all the features and to, of course, make an offer.
Step One - Searching and discovering
The key to your happiness (and your next property) begins with the search.
Make an offer makes searching for your next property as smooth as possible using the best data searching tools available. Accurately locate and pinpoint the home you want.
Found something you love? Create an account and add it to favourite lists or if you need it now, why not make an offer.
Step Two - Making an offer
Found a property you like? Make an offer.
Offers should be taken seriously, but don’t worry, they aren’t legally binding.
This is the dollar value and level of interest you wish to enter the conversation at.
Use the price estimation to guide you.If your offer is too low, we’ll let you know.Don’t worry, all offers will be passed on to the professional agent and they’ll be in touch with you.
Step Three - Choosing your professional and why it’s important
When you have found what you want and how much you want it for, it’s important that your interest is only handled by the best. You will get to choose a top performing agent in your area to help you secure what you want.
There is a reason the top performing agents transact properties quickly and consistently, it’s all about knowledge and networking.
Knowledge goes a long way.These professionals are experienced and follow the market intimately.
Networking can go even further.These agents are most likely already in contact with the owner of the property you want.If they aren’t, they know exactly how to reach them.
Choose from the top three agents in the suburb who you want to represent you. Not fussy? An outstanding agent will be assigned to you.You can also nominate your own agent.
Step Four - Submitting your offer
Add a message to your offer to express your interest and if needed, ask any questions.
Click submit and we’ll get the professionals to work, ultimately getting you want you want faster and easier.
Step Five - Tracking your offer
It’s not just nice to know where things are at, you need to know.
Make an offer makes this easy with a transparent timeline and Offer Status.
Be notified when your offer is received and whether it’s in negotiation, gleefully accepted or politely declined.
You know what you want and how much you’ll pay for it. And it could be yours, if you make an offer.
Have you got hot property? You’ll be able to claim a property as yours, update details including photos and learn from an agent if there’s any offers.
Are you a top-ranking real estate agent in your area? You might just be able to help buyers to get what they want, faster.
Are these offers legally binding?
In short, no. The offers are not legally binding. The offer registered is the price point at which you enter the conversation to show your intention and interest. Should you reach an agreement, the Professionals will guide you through the next steps.
Can I make multiple offers on multiple properties at the same time?
Absolutely! You will be able to easily keep track of all your offers in your Account with the Offer Status update.
As a Buyer, what happens if my offer is too low?
The agent will be in touch to let you know if your offer is too low. Like all negotiations, a property is worth what someone is willing to pay and what someone is willing to accept. If your intended interest is too far away from either the iVal or from the owner’s interest, the Professional will guide you to where it needs to be.
As a Buyer, do I have to use an agent?
In short, yes. Using the agent is the quickest way to help you get the conversation started and show your intention as quickly as possible to an owner.
As a Seller, why can’t I claim my property?
You may not be able to claim your property if you do not have all the documentation and evidence to prove your identity. We take this seriously to ensure we are dealing with the correct parties.
As an Agent, how long does it take to get approved by make an offer?
Make an offer endeavour to process and approve agents as soon as possible. There are several checks that will need to be met so please allow 24 – 72 hours.
As an Agent, what if my profile assessment is not successful?
If your assessment is not successful, we will be in touch to explain why and the next steps you can take to be the approved agent. In short, it is not necessarily the end of the road for you but trying to understand the right fit.
As an Agent, am I required to follow up every lead?
In short, enquiries do need to be responded to. At make an offer, we value our Buyers and want them to experience professionalism, whether they do or don’t transact. Those experienced in the industry know that beginner buyers will become great purchasers. It’s all matter of timing. And if it’s not this opportunity, it’s the next one. Imagine how you would feel making an offer on a house only to never be contacted by the agent. It’s not a good look for you and it’s not a good experience for the Buyer. How much time you invest is determined by your professionalism and quality of the lead.